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Sunday, December 08, 2013

Nikki Iles' 50th Birthday Bash with Norma Winstone and The Printmakers @ Kings Place, London. December 7.

Nikki Iles (piano); Mike Outram (guitar); Stan Sulzmann (sax); Steve Watts (bass)    James Maddren (drums); Norma Winstone (vocals).
'The Printmakers cross boundaries between jazz folk and contemporary music. Their repertoire has the distinctive air of 
English song, and includes original works by the band alongside explorations of other unchartered territory e.g. Steve Swallow, Ralph Turner, Joni Mitchell  and Fred Hersch..
Introduction by Julian Joseph announced that the concert was being recorded, and would be broadcast on Jazz Line Up on Dec. 14 at 4pm.  So leave the Christmas shopping, have a cup of whatever you fancy, and enjoy a treat.
  1. Meditations  was dedicated to Stan Tracey  R I P
  2. This was followed by twelve other works of musical art, skilfully chosen to demonstrate every colour in the Printmakers Palette.
  3. Nikki concluded with a promise of a CD already in the bag of the  evenings 'prints' available soon
Many Happy Returns Nikki, and please more returns of the Printmakers.
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